From 28 September to 1 October INQAAHE held a zoom-based Forum “Quality Competencies and Learning Outcomes: How to be Fit for Generation Z Employability”.

The forum brought together over 120 representatives from the academic community and quality assurance agencies to discuss the achievements and challenges currently faced by the higher education sector in order to remain relevant and globally competitive for the economies and societies.

At the interactive pre-forum workshops the key speakers involved the participants in discussions on microcredentials and their role for quality assurance, defined and aligned QA and learning gains, promoted INQAAHE’s Guidelines of Good Practice.

The Forum sessions showcased good practices of QA from World Federation of Medical Education (France), Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (Australia), Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (USA) and other organizations around the world. The participants explored the issues of identification and measurement of skills, qualifications and competencies and the ways of embedding them into the curriculum.

NCPA at the Forum was represented by Galina Motova, Deputy Director.